300 East Legacy Drive
Mountain House, CA 95391

Phone:  (209) 836-7200
Fax:  (209) 836-7202
Attendance:  (209) 836-7201

PRINCIPAL
  Mr. Ryan Gonzales

VICE PRINCIPAL
Mrs. Nancy Matthews

OFFICE SUPERVISOR
Mrs. Anna Lisa Hutchinson

SCHOOL SECRETARY


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CALENDAR

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
October 29, no eventsOctober 30, no eventsOctober 31, no eventsNovember 01, no eventsNovember 02, no eventsNovember 03, no eventsNovember 04, no events
November 05, no eventsNovember 06, no eventsNovember 07, no eventsNovember 08, no eventsNovember 09, no eventsNovember 10, no eventsNovember 11, no events
November 12, no eventsNovember 13, no eventsNovember 14, no eventsNovember 15, no eventsNovember 16, no eventsNovember 17, no eventsNovember 18, no events
November 19, no eventsNovember 20, no eventsNovember 21, no eventsNovember 22, no eventsToday, November 23, no eventsNovember 24, no eventsNovember 25, no events
November 26, no eventsNovember 27, no eventsNovember 28, no eventsNovember 29, no eventsNovember 30, no eventsDecember 01, no eventsDecember 02, no events

UPCOMING EVENTS

DARE Graduation
10/24/17 6:00 - 8:00 WES MPR

Red Ribbon Week 
10/30/17 - Band Against Drugs
Wear bracelets/wristbands and Band Together

10/31/17 Halloween
Wear Halloween Costume or Wear Red

11/01/17 Staff Development Day
No Students

11/02/17 Shade out Drugs
Wear sunglasses

11/03/17
Be Comfortable with who you are!
PJ Day!!


No events available.

LAMMERSVILLE APP




THE MISSION

The mission of Wicklund Elementary School is to provide students access to a challenging, standards-based education in a safe, supportive environment where students learn to be responsible citizens.

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PRINCIPAL'S PEN

Hello Wicklund Families,

 

It is my privilege being your child’s principal and I take that responsibility very seriously. Wicklund’s goals this year are to increase, by 10%, the number scholars at grade level in English language arts, mathematics, and, for our English learner scholars, increase their overall English language development. I have the utmost confidence of our teachers’ abilities to make that happen this year.

 

In order to attain this for your child and all our scholars, I will be in classrooms two, full, uninterrupted days each week focused solely on improving teaching and learning. I call these days my Coaching Days. On my Coaching Days, I am in classrooms 6-8 hours at a time, out where the work is happening and where I can make the greatest difference for your child and all our scholars. Coaching Days are dedicated to observing, listening to, and supporting all our scholars, and I look forward to watching your child grow academically and socially.

 

Now I know there may be occasions when you want to reach me with a question or a concern about your child, or you have an idea you’d like to share. Please know I appreciate your input and do want to hear from you.

 

In order to generously service your need, while ensuring the highest quality learning opportunities for your child, I respectfully ask for your partnership with the following:

 

When you wish to speak with me directly, please call my secretary, AnnaLisa, at (209) 836-7200. Tell AnnaLisa you’d like to connect with me by phone or face-to-face. AnnaLisa will offer you 3 possible meeting times with me on days when I am scheduled to be in the office. Choose the day and time that works best for you and AnnaLisa will get our meeting on my calendar. Then, at the appointed time, I will call or meet with you in my office and we will have uninterrupted, quality time to talk.

 

If you need an answer to a quick question, you may access it via our Facebook page, Twitter, our school’s website (http://wes.lammersvilleschooldistrict.net), or by calling my secretary, AnnaLisa. Most likely, she knows the answer and she can direct and guide you.

 

Thank you for your ongoing support and partnership so ALL our scholars learn and succeed at high levels!

 

Respectfully,

 

Ryan R. Gonzales

Principal

 

 

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CALIFORNIA ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND PROGRESS 

Please view the YouTube video on CAASPP Webisode 1
by clicking on the link below:

Webisode1

Please view the YouTube video on CAASPP Webisode 2, 
Sept. 11, 2015 by clicking on the link below:

Webisode2
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Mandatory Dress Code

Lammersville Unified School District has established guidelines for appropriate dress which promote student safety and a positive learning environment.

1. All clothing should be in good repair and reflect modest taste. Wearing extreme fashions is not conducive to a quality educational atmosphere and has no place in the Lammersville Unified School District. This includes intentionally ripped or torn clothing.

2. Tops should not be see-through, low cut, or reveal the stomach or area under the arms. If a child reaches up, the top must cover the skin. Halter tops, tops with spaghetti straps, tank tops, fishnet shirts, and basketball/mesh jerseys are not allowed unless worn over a t-shirt. All straps must be two adult fingers in width.

3. Shoes must be worn at all times for safety reasons. Footwear must be appropriate for school activities. No flip flops can be worn and shoes must substantially cover the foot and have a heel strap. Wheelies and slippers are not allowed. Students must bring athletic shoes for PE or recess daily.

4. We strongly recommend that students not wear cosmetics during the school day. Extreme makeup is not allowed.

5. Cologne, perfume or other spray fragrances may not be applied at school.

6. Clothing that causes a distraction to the learning environment is not to be worn at school. Pajama pants are not allowed. Slacks, trousers, shorts, skorts, and skirts are to be comfortable and fit neatly. Pants must not be more than one size too large. Sagging is not permitted. No clothing is allowed to drag on the ground. If belts are worn they must be worn at the proper length and within belt loops. Shirts may not be more than one size too large and must be of a reasonable length. If arms are held at the sides, the shirt should be no longer than the tip of the fingers.

7. Shorts, skirts and dresses must be hemmed and of a reasonable length. If arms are held at the sides, the shorts, dress or skirt bottom should be close to matching up with the fingers or longer.

8. Clothing, jewelry, backpacks and other personal items with inappropriate language or art work are not permitted at school. The advertising of liquor, cigarettes, or any other drugs, weapons, or lewd insinuations are not allowed.

9. Gang attire, chains, punch-out belt buckles and clothing worn inappropriately will not be permitted at school.

10. Undergarments must not be showing.

Accessories must be small and age appropriate. Hoop earrings shall not be larger than ½ inch in diameter. Dangling earrings may not hang lower than ½ inch below the bottom of the earlobe. Also, spiked and taper-style earrings are not permitted. Sunglasses are not permitted indoors. Students may not wear bandanas or hair nets. Hats, caps and hoods used to protect students from sun/cold weather are only to be worn outdoors except for medical and religious reasons. Hats and caps must be worn with the bill facing forward. 













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Food Service

November 2017 Breakfast.pdf


Nov 2017 Lunch.pdf

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5th/6th Grade Volleyball Practice Schedule

Day of Week                       Date                           Time

Tuesday

September 12

3:15-4:15

Wednesday

September 13

3:15-4:15

Monday

September 18

3:15-4:15

Tuesday

September 19

3:15-4:15

Wednesday

September 20

3:15-4:15

Monday

September 25

3:15-4:15

Thursday

September 28

3:15-4:15

Monday

October 2

3:15-4:15

Thursday

October 5

3:15-4:15

Monday

October 9

3:15-4:15

Wednesday

October 11

3:15-4:15

Monday

October 16

3:15-4:15

Thursday

October 19

3:15-4:15

Monday

October 23

3:15-4:15

Tuesday

October 24

3:15-4:15

Thursday

October 26

3:15-4:15

Wednesday

November 1

3:15-4:15

Monday

November 6

3:15-4:15

Wednesday

November 8

3:15-4:15

Monday

November 27

3:15-4:15

Monday

December 4

3:15-4:15

                        

 

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